Scottsdale Pain Management Clinic
The flagship office, our accommodating Scottsdale location is easily accessible off the 101 freeway. Founding physicians Dr. Paul Lynch and Dr. Tory McJunkin are the treating physicians at this office. Patients might also be seen by treating physician Dr. Nicholas Scott. Everyone on staff at the Scottsdale office has received the highest accolades for their compassionate patient care.
Enter any of the Arizona Pain Specialists offices and you will be warmly greeted with a smile by one of our friendly front office staff. They will assist you with the check-in process, ensuring that your insurance information is correct and that we have your correct medical history.
Relax in our gracious waiting area and read Arizona Pain Monthly, a magazine distributed by the practice specifically for patient education. Other magazines and HD televisions are also available to make your time spent in the waiting area more comfortable.
You will then be taken to an exam room by one of our considerate, helpful medical assistants. After showing you to a spacious exam room, they will gather critical medical information such as your pulse, temperature, medications you are on, and any medical concerns you may have.
A compassionate, knowledgeable, and well-trained nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant will then work with you, performing any exams necessary and taking crucial medical information to be shared with your physician.
The nurse practitioner or physician’s assistant will consult with your physician, relaying information necessary for your physician to evaluate your specific medical case. The physician reviews, oversees, and approves your individualized treatment plan to be carried out during future office visits.
If you are a candidate for a procedure, the physician will perform that procedure in our state-of-the-art surgery center.
Arizona Pain Specialists is an inter-disciplinary clinic and hosts on-site chiropractic care and biofeedback.
Scottsdale Clinic Map
Once it is determined that you will have a procedure, our team of doctors and nurses will treat you at the Surgery Center of Scottsdale.
The days leading up to your procedure, you might receive up to three calls. You will be contacted a few days prior by a member of your health care team. This call will include a routine health assessment, instructions for the day of the procedure, and answers to any questions you might have. Someone in the facility’s business office to address financial matters such as your responsibility for co-payments and deductibles might contact you. Finally, your anesthesiologist might contact you as well afterwards to see how you are feeling.
The day of the surgery, you can relax in our waiting area and read Arizona Pain Monthly, a magazine distributed by the practice specifically for patient education. Other magazines and HD televisions are also available to make your time spent in the waiting area more comfortable.
We look forward to taking good care of you. Take a look at some of the photos inside the Surgery Center of Scottsdale below.
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